Can you buy daily disposable contact lenses at pharmacies/ optometrists if you know your prescription, without actually seeing an optician/ doctor? I'm trying to work out what I need to take out with me and what I can buy when I arrive (26 days until I leave!).
Right. I spent March through May completely enveloped in a project and have just gotten back from 10 days away with no cel phone or interweb.
This means that I have missed out on most of the internets (and a fair bit of the real world) since about mid April.
So, people - what fic has been written that I must read? What movies have come out that I must see? What memes have come to life that I should find? What should I be doing with my life in July (other than the looking-for-work and finding-a-new-flat things)?
I do not understand!
(@taraljc - I'm looking at you)
... I really hate tonsillitis.
I don't celebrate St. Georges day (I find patriotism scary), I don't celebrate any Jewish holidays (they're predominitely religous), I don't really celebrate Christmas (It's nice to the family and all, but I don't really care about December 25th per say).
I do celebrate Pi Day. A day to be amazed at the wonder and beauty of numbers, mathematics and the universe in general.
I'm not sure if this will post at the right time, but I've tried to schedule it for 1.59pm (LJ doesn't give the option of adding in the 27 seconds...).
So, to all my amazing friends who are geeks, to the interweb in general and to mathematicians everywhere:
HAPPY Pi DAY*
* yes, yes - March 14th is Pi Day using the US date format. I shall also be celebrating Pi Approximation Day (22/7)
... have all the stats but not the energy to do anything with them.
This is ok though, as the reason I'm so knackered is a new client! Been on site for a week and a half and it's brilliant - massively complex and very challenging - exactly the kind of thing I love!
Promise to look after myself (today not being a good example - ended up having lunch at 5.30pm) and keep up the exercise.
Bed now though - forgot quite how knackering this whole getting-up-every-day-and-going-to-work-thing was.